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Magister Juris

“Magister Juris” is a Latin term that means “Master of Laws” in English. This academic title or degree is usually awarded in many countries, especially in Europe, to people who have completed advanced studies in law beyond their initial law degree, typically an LL.B. or equivalent.

The Magister Juris (or LL.M. – Master of Laws) program involves in-depth legal research, coursework, and often a thesis or dissertation. It allows individuals to specialize in specific areas of law and gain a deeper understanding of legal principles, theories, and practices. This advanced degree is often pursued by legal professionals and lawyers who want to further their expertise in a particular area of law or international law.

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